Access

Mobility / Older Visitors
Accessible Toilets
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Adult Changing Area
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Handrails
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Easy-use Cutlery
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Assistance Dogs Welcome
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Wheelchair Loan
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Site Folders
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Dog Bowl and Toileting
Two taps with running water - one at church and one on drawbridge. Dog bins found on site.
Wheelchair Access
  <p> Via drawbridge and level, smooth grass. Ground floors of the Keep and exhibition within reach via a ramp. No access above ground floor level. Compacted gravel paths lead to the outer Bailey and Roman walls. </p>
Entrance / Set Down
No
Disabled Parking
There are some allocated spaces in the public car park.
OnSite Transport
No
Stairs
Stone and wooden stairs.
Lift Access
No
Seating And Restpoints
Wooden benches found around site
Pathways Surface And Gradients
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Blind / Visually Impaired
Accessible Toilets
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Handrails
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Assistance Dogs Welcome
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Braille Guides
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Braille Signage
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Torches
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Dog Bowl and Toileting
Two taps with running water - one at church and one on drawbridge. Dog bins found on site.
Handling Objects
Some pottery and stonework is available in the exhibition.
Audio Tours
Yes
Tactile Models
No
Areas Of Low Lighting
The Keep has low lighting and care should be taken at all times.
Large Print
Interpretation boards have large print.
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Assistance Dogs Welcome
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Vibrating Fire Alarms
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Tour Transcripts
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Film Subtitles
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BSL Tours
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Audio Installation Transcripts
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Dog Bowl and Toileting
Two taps with running water - one at church and one on drawbridge. Dog bins found on site.
Induction Loops
Portable loop located in gift shop.
Learning Difficulties
Accessible Toilets
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Adult Changing Area
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Easy-use Cutlery
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Handling Objects
Some pottery and stonework is available in the exhibition.
Easy Read Material
No
Large Print Material
No
Culinary / Dietary
Easy-use Cutlery
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Bottle / Food Warming
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High Chairs
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Health And Safety
Deep Water
Moats can contain deep water.
Trip Hazard
Low ruined walls, historic steps, uneven surfaces.
Sheer Drop
None
Slip Hazard
Stone and wooden stairs are slippery when wet.
Steep Slope
Banks of moats are steep.
Steep Stairs
Stone steps via inner Keep are steep, narrow, winding and uneven. Wooden steps are very steep.
Uneven Ground
Uneven ground and trip hazards found all over site.

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Portchester Castle

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Church Road, Portchester, Hampshire, PO16 9QW
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